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Comics & Graphic Novels Historical Fiction

Dustship Glory

by (artist) Elaine M. Will

Renegade Arts Entertainment
Initial publish date
Feb 2018
Historical Fiction
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Feb 2018
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Elaine M. Will's four-part adaptation of Andreas Schroeder's 1986 novel Dustship Glory tells the story of Damanus “Tom? Sukanen, a Finnish immigrant farmer who responded to the economic slump and drought conditions that laid waste to the Canadian prairies in the 1930s by building a full-sized ship in his farmyard, hundreds of miles from the sea. The first part of this four-part graphic novel, Dust-Ship Glory, is now available. Will is the Xeric Award-winning Canadian author and cartoonist behind the critically acclaimed mental health drama graphic novel, Look Straight Ahead.

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Contributor Notes

Elaine M. Will has helped increase the profile of self-published Saskatchewan comic artists and graphic novel authors with her work on the Xeric Award-winning mental health drama and graphic novel, Look Straight Ahead. Her second book, Dust Ship Glory, reveals this quirky tale of one man's obsessions during the 1930s in Saskatchewan.

Editorial Reviews

“a compelling character study in the hands of a supremely confident storyteller? - Broken frontier .com

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